Python is great for Science

SciPy is very useful for doing matrix like operations.
And Python out of the box you can do thing like:
In [1]: 2**3000
Out[2]: 123023192216111717693155881327675251464071389573683371576
611802916005880061467294877536006783859345958242964925405180490
851288418089823682358508248206534833123495935035584501741302332
011136066692262472823975688041643447831569367501341309075720869
037679329665881066294182449348845172650530371291600534674790862
370267348091935393681310573662040235274477690384047788365110032
240930198348836380293054048248790976348409825394072868513204440
886373475427121259247177864394948668851172105156197043278074745
482377680846418069710308386181218434856552274019579668262220551
184551208055201031005025580158934964592800113374547422071501368
341390754277906375983387610135423518424509667004216072062941158
150237124800843044718484209861032058041799220666224732872212208
851364368390767036020916265367064113093699700217050067550137472
399876600582757930072325347489061225013517188917489907991129151
2399773872178519018229989376L

Now with PyFen we have Feynman diagrams!



Is there anything Python can't do?

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